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Self-Catering in Leominster

Docklow Manor, Leominster, Herefordshire

Docklow Manor
Docklow
Leominster
Herefordshire

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Two pretty stone cottages stand in five acres of Victorian gardens and woodland at Docklow Manor. The location is outstanding - in the heart of the idyllic Herefordshire countryside, with unspoilt views west towards Wales and the Black Mountains. The pretty market towns of Ludlow, Leominster and Ledbury are all nearby and the area boasts some world-class restaurants and pubs.

The Docklow Manor cottages, which sleep between 2 - 4 people, are stylish and comfortable. Both have wood-burning stoves and one has a romantic four-poster bed. Dinner is available, served in your cottage, and babysitting can be arranged making it an ideal destination for families.

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Nearest Train Station: Leominster
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Ratings/Awards: Good Holiday Cottage Guide
ETC 3 Star
Months Open: All year
Number of Units: 3
Unit Type: Cottages
Nearest Major Town: Leominster
Distance: 5 miles
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Gardens for Guest Use
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Gas Cooking
Central Heating
Linen Provided
Washing Machine
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